Hannibal Clinic is adjusting the hours for the Ambulatory Care Center (Walk-in Clinic) at 100 Medical Drive.

Quincy Medical Group (QMG) is taking necessary precautions in coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health departments to keep patients safe.

As part of the communities’ proactive advanced planning to reduce the risk of virus transmission and to protect the safety of patients, employees and the public, Blessing Health System has taken the following steps.

To help raise awareness and celebrate Heart Month, members of Hannibal Regional Auxiliary knitting committee made red hats for all babies born at Hannibal Regional Hospital in the month of February.   

As part of its commitment to expanding convenient access to specialty healthcare, Hannibal Clinic recruited Shane LaRue, MD, cardiologist, to its team of physicians and advanced practitioners.

Winter can bring about additional challenges for people living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. Snow, extreme temperatures and early darkness are just some of the season-related changes caregivers need to navigate when caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s.

Quincy Medical Group (QMG) is now offering Inspire Upper Airway Stimulation (UAS) therapy, a breakthrough obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment option for those who cannot use Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy. QMG is the first in the local area to offer this therapy.

When it comes to one’s health, having support makes all the difference. Quincy Medical Group (QMG) is proud to partner with Xplore Nutrition to offer a program that provides a personalized approach to nutrition with access to experts any time of the day.

We are never more aware of how much every single moment matters than we are when illness begins to limit our time or ability to live life to its fullest. 

Join the Hannibal Regional Auxiliary for the Sixth Annual Glitz Gala Jewelry Auction on Oct. 3, at the Hannibal Arts Council.  

In underserved areas, such as rural areas with little access to the internet or health resources, community members might struggle to find accurate health information to help them in their daily lives. 

Hannibal Regional is announcing Sheniece Smith has accepted the position of vice-president, general counsel.  

Quincy Medical Group is offering a summer series titled, “Living Your Best Life with Diabetes.” The series will include three sessions, and is offered for free to community members.

Hannibal Regional Auxiliary was pleased to recognize Kim Ahrens as the Volunteer of the Year at their annual Service Awards luncheon on April 15, at the Hannibal Country Club.

To help raise awareness and celebrate Heart Month, members of Hannibal Regional Auxiliary knitting committee are making red hats for all babies born in the month of February.   

A public meeting was held in regards to Quincy Medical Group’s proposal for a surgery center at 3347 Broadway (the former Bergner’s space) in Quincy. 

The American Heart Association recently launched #NoMOHeartDisease, a year-long initiative created to increase awareness and reduce the prevalence of heart disease in Missouri. 

The Missouri Department of Insurance is reminding seniors that Medicare open enrollment ends on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Seniors who have not yet made their plan selections for 2019 are encouraged to contact CLAIM. 

Blessing Health System invites area women to attend “Be Strong! Women’s Wellness in Action” from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Blessing Wellness Center, 4917 Oak.  

Osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain are serious health concerns for postmenopausal women. Researchers from the University of Missouri now have discovered through a new animal study that soy protein found in food might counter the negative effects of menopause on bone an…

The Hannibal Clinic Research Center will launch the second phase of a clinical trial in chronic obstructive pulmonary fisease (COPD) and Alpha One Deficiency in August 2018.

New Medicare cards are on their way to everyone enrolled in the program. Cards will be mailed automatically and free of charge. People should be wary of anyone calling to offer assistance with the cards or to request money or personal information, says Brenda Procter, University of Missouri …

Quincy Medical Group (QMG) recognizes National Osteoporosis Month in May.    According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis is responsible for 2 million broken bones every year in the U.S. and causes 75,000 deaths. 

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